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petrochemical operation. when emerson takes up the allenge, "it's never been done before" simply bemes consider it solved. emerson. ♪ food poisoning bulletin? it once a that the government spends less. food will be less safe because of a less vigilant fda and marginal companies. helping to cut corners. the blazing midsummer sun beating down, cattle intends whose moist flesh and batsmen like the creators of hell. we get the drift. it was bad. then we got billions of dollars of government regulation an that is why coetzee today. uv. no wonder, when republicans proposed a small cut of the funding, hello would poisoning. sanitation costs ney. a lack of regulation, a competitive disadvantage. that makes sense. it is food bulk. it's not government that keeps e. coli to a minimum. it is -- and mcdonald's and jack-in-the-box. they lost millions after food isoning scandal. here is getting a bad reputation that makes the producers even more careful than government requires them to be. for example, an agriulture department has an army of inspectors eyeballing chickens on assembly lines. they wa
the holidays with family and friends. they were very busy due to twice the usual accidents. cedric emerson is ready for dry weather. >> i am actually from the bay area, so i am used to it. it is definitely rough when you drive out there on the freeways. >> are you happy to see the rain go? >> yes, i am. i am ready to get this nice weather back. >> water was the reason for the closure. but the rain was not the culprit. a watermain burst beneath the roadway. it closed because they feared the leakage could dway to colla. roadway to collapse. a water department worker and firefighters found the shutoff valve. they turned the water off to an undisclosed number of homes. she has gone through this before. >> what are you going to do -- i mean, we don't know how long the water will be out or anything. >> we have bottled water. >> the rain has stopped where we are here now in sonoma county. they are keeping an eye on creeks creeks and streams because of possible flooding and also because the ground is so saturated they are concerned about trees falling over and mudslides. live in sonoma county, abc
to twice the usual accidents. cedric emerson is ready for dry weather. >> i am actually from the bay area, so i am used to it. it is definitely rough when you drive out there on the freeways. >> are you happy to see the rain go? >> yes, i am. i am ready to get this nice weather back. >> water was the reason for the closure. but the rain was not the culprit. a watermain burst beneath the roadway. it closed because they feared the leakage could cause the roadway to collapse. a water department worker and firefighters found the shutoff valve. they turned the water off to an undisclosed number of homes. she has gone through this before. >> what are you going to do -- i mean, we don't know how long the water will be out or anything. >> we have bottled water. >> the rain has stopped where we are here now in sonoma county. they are keeping an eye on creeks creeks and streams because of possible flooding and also because the ground is so saturated they are concerned about trees falling over and mudslides. live in sonoma county, abc7 news. >> thomas, thank you so much. >>> people heading back from
evitar el precipicio fiscal, en la esquina de la calle emerson, los manifestanes exigieron dar prioridad a la clase media. >> estoy apoyando el grupo porque creo que es importante que los congresistas sepan que nosotros la gente trabajadora merece que ellos hagan algo. >> los inconformes demandaron que aumenten los recortes. >> en seguida, las empresas que contraten inmigrantes indocumentados están en la mira de otro programa de verificación de empleos >> los dueños se verán obligados a instalar detectores de monoxido de carbono >> y el padre de jenni rivera nos dice que pudo haber pasado la noche en que la la diva de la banda perdió la vida, ya volvemos. >> la policía le sigue la pista a un sujeto que aventó a las vías del tren subterraneo en nueva york, la sospechosa era una mujer hispana que esperó el momento para empujar a la victima inocente usted la ve en sus pantallas >> los indocumentados están bajo la mira de otro programa llamado zona i9. >> el empleado indocumentado ahora está bajo 2 días, la del cañón del arma, y la más reciente arma cibernetica, zona i9, para
be violent ever. >> an officer on patrol spotted gregory still behind a shell service station at emerson avenue early sunday morning. authorities say the officer asked him to step from behind the building. but he refused and displayed a knack and pointed it at the officer. according to investigators, the officer attempted to use his taser, but it was ineffective. >> he continued to walk toward the officer with the knife out curb he refused to drop the knife. >> spiegel was taken to an area hospital with a gunshot wound and was pronounced dead. she missed believes that he was shamus believeshameles that he was in the area visiting friends. >> he most likely had a penknife, like a $5.90 from 711. he was not wielding a big knife. -- like a $5 per penknife from 7-11. he was wheeled -- he was not wielding a big knife. >> he refused to follow the officer's orders and the officer had to use deadly force. the officer tried to use his taser, but nothing stop the threats and the officer was forced to use lethal force. in >> the search is on for the suspect after a shooting in southeast baltimore.
the kidnapper moved her to a motel, the emerson inn. >> at that point he makes a decision that we're going go to a hotel for the night. to re-think this whole thing and that's when we ended up at the emerson. >> quinn said the kidnapper also brought his gun to the emerson inn and threatened to kill her husband and children if she didn't cooperate. mentally broken, quinn obeyed all of the kidnappers' demands. the detective asked quinn to share as much detail of her entire experience as possible, hoping to glean some clues. she remembered something that seemed incidental, but something that would later turn out to be crucial to the investigation. >> he bought chicken drummettes, you know? and a paper and drink for us, so we're eating spicy chicken. >> quinn also told police that unlike what was written in the original ransom note she no longer believed three men were involved in her kidnapping. >> my very gut instinct now that i'm clearly thinking and getting it all is that there's not anyone else involved, but him. >> the interview lasted almost six hours. >> hi. >> but it wasn't the end of qu
wasn't emerson. i think he knew that his genius was in politics which is a strange amalgam field. and i think he knew as everyone knew in the middle of the 19th century the main issue was going to be what was going to happen to slavery and could the country cohere. we knew this from the really from the constitutional era on. and i think he was terrified. it's a garden of gethsemane moment, it's like do i have to take up this cup of poison? he knew what would become of the person who stepped into the center of that crucible. and he also knew that it was probably his destiny that he had to that he alone of all people in the united states, i believe, really saw how to do this. certainly no one else gave us any evidence of having been able to do the whole thing. and i think he ran from her because he was running from that terrible destiny. i think that you want to see a marriage that had that degree of importance. and i absolutely think it's plausible whether she's that particular formulation or not, that she went and listened to those debates, we know that, and that she, you know, if for n
they are going to do. belinda emerson, better known as small biz lady is the host of small business chat and publisher of succeed at your own box.com, where her mission is to end small business failure. michael simmons is the co-founder of the extreme entrepreneurship tour. they bring the top entrepreneurs to places around the country for conferences. great to see both of you guys. >> thanks for having us. >> i loved this story, afrmth"a because it is so fun to see all the people doing world records. "b" is, there was the guinness book of world records and he had the idea to take them on. >> the world is waiting for a better mousetrap every day. the guinness folks let their brand get older, steal. there is a younger, prettier model out. record setter is cool and hip. brands that want to be associated, particularly targeting young people willing to do crazy things, this is a no-brainer to be using this company. >> it feels very modern to me, that company. >> i think with today's day and age about mobile changes in social media, there will be new opportunities in every industry. they looke
after winning re-election to her ninth term, missouri congress wam jwoman jo emerson is going to resign. >>> four other house republicans have been booted from committees they serve on. a gop leadership aide says they were out offed by the republican conference because "not team players." >>> it certainly wasn't the most high profile kennedy wedding, but joe kennedy iii is now a married man. the grandson of robert f. kennedy tied the not saturday in california. >>> things may be tense between senator mccain and john kerry but they were able to liten the mood as mccain joked by kerry's nomination to an obama cabinet. >> thank you very much, mr. secretary. >> you didn't hear the joke. he called him mr. secretary. it didn't take long for kerry to give as good as he got. >> tnk you very much mr. president. this is what happens when you get too losers. >> you don't see that very often. that's your morning ditch of "scrambled politics." >> along with continuing worry about the fiscal cliff, stocks fell monday after disappointing manufacturing numbers which sh rufr shrunk to the lowest levels
because jo ann emerson of missouri's 8th district just announced that she's quitting. she was just reelected to her ninth term in congress. 72% of the vote. but she's stepping down to become ceo of the national rural electric cooperation. basically, she's stepping down to be a lobbyist. by her leaving, the proportion of women among the republicans in congress drops into the single digits in the 21st century and maybe they will keep doing these ornate gymnastic backbends to make it look like that is not true. >>> new york city in the new >>> new york city in the new york city area has two football teams. one of them is pretty good. the other team is not good. they are called the jets. they wear green and even the people who like them now show up at their games wearing homemade jerseys that say this, buttfumble. this refers to the jets' quarterback in his day job when he's not modeling he's supposed to be playing football and last weekend he was holding the football and inexplicably ran into the butts of one of his own teammates and fell down and dropped the ball and the other team p
to 20. a net loss of four. today that net loss of four became a net loss of five because jo ann emerson of missouri's 8th district just announced that she's quitting. she was just reelected to her ninth term in congress. 72% of the vote. but she's stepping down to become ceo of the national rural electric cooperation. basically, she's stepping down to be a lobbyist. by her leaving, the proportion of women among the republicans in congress drops into the single digits in the 21st century and maybe they will keep doing these ornate gymnastic backbends to make it look like that is not true. [ woman ] too weak. wears off. [ female announcer ] stop searching and start repairing. eucerin professional repair moisturizes while actually repairing very dry skin. the end of trial and error has arrived. try a free sample at eucerinus.com. ...but he'd wait for her forever, for any reason, and would always be there with the biggest welcome home. for a love this strong, dawn only feeds him iams. compared to other leading brands, it has 50% more animal protein. ...to help keep rocky's body as strong as
of people i read about in the book is a moderate republican named emerson from missouri. she voted against a couple of things and the voting behavior was not right-wing. so that sort of behavior strikes fears in the hearts of a lot of legislators. >> infective governor romney loses the response from the tea party will be i told you so. [inaudible] >> do you see the same level of gridlock and what do you see coming down the line? >> bias in the idea that there are a lot of unfilled vacancies and how this new congress or for that matter the current congress will react? >> my book is about the house. the problem is the different issue that has to do with the ability of the particular senator tube block a particular federal appointment due to the rules of the senate. there have been moves always to reform that but the party in power tends to go against those movements so i don't see there being any change in that anytime soon. >> the reality is we may have exactly the same situation congress regardless of the outcome of the presidency. republican majority house and democratic majority in the s
emerson. >> so thoreau kept whether blogs and kept these logs about when the flowers bloomed, and his great project near the end of his life was great a calendar, an almanac of april 1, this have happened in our town. the water is that this level. and that's an almanac. and thoreau was obsessed with -- [inaudible] when you read it, you are reading this beautiful, there's a version put out by yale, a four-year school -- [talking over each other] >> i'm not allowed on campus. there's a translation, university press and its in the georgia, the american farm vernacular, and it's beautiful. and it's just, you know, fire in the summer, woodburn's, and sparks fly into the night sky, and what more need we celebrate? that's what virgil says. and that's so mundane, and to love washington scholars fighting over he must mean more. he must mean more when he talks about the light of day on the spring morning, you know? as if you need more than that but after a while you don't need anything more. so i thought this is a. the almanac is something that every colonial citizen must have. they needed it.
it and a lot of new england intellectuals provide really stringent critiques of the war. ralph waldo emerson, henry david thoreau speak out against the war in pretty strong terms. now, i think if opposition to the war had remained limited to doing good, it would be interesting, but wouldn't really be that different from what happened in the war of 1812. what you see happiness over the course of the war, delinquent stamps being the only place it is the national antiwar movement. there are four main grounds on which americans oppose the war. the first one in this poster is on the grounds of morality that this was an unjust war that would bring national dishonor of the united states. congressman joshua giddings of ohio repeatedly warned the house of representatives that in order to be patriotic, people had to quote, descend from this aggressive unholy and unjust war and he said in the murder of mexicans upon their own soil for rapid and that the country can take no part either now or after. and giddings was rather strong in his opinion, but that was a kind of critique that you see certainly by
pellett -- poet, ralph waldo emerson. give thanks continuously. because all things that contributed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude. that perfectly encapsulates how i am feeling on this day, madam president -- thing fall and last. i first and foremost want to thank the people of maine for allowing me to be their voice, their boat, and their champion for 16 years in the -- their vote in the u.s. house of representatives and for three terms in the senate. one definition of the word trust is a faith of confidence in a duty or post. to have the confidence of the people who have placed their confidence in me is an honor of indescribable magnitude. in serving my state for the past 34 years, it has been the greatest privilege of my life. i also want to thank my amazing husband, josh, up there in the gallery. he is a former congressman and former gov. of maine. while he was governor and i was in the house of representatives, we used to joke our idea of quality time would be listening to each other's speeches. truly, we share a passion for public service
be it. emerson went home and said wormy bequests of wine. i cannot believe i had a meeting with the type who claims to be a congressman. [laughter] >> although that would be a perfect base to land, we have one last question before we wrap it up. >> given that you go to a lot of these house of rep meetings, town halls, community meetings, are you hearing more or have you always hear people's day, if you just two days, meaning there's a correlation between doing some thing and in an result, what there's not a perfect is being considered, every more simplistic and what we believe can result from taking action than in the past? >> at town halls that i went to a republican town halls and overwhelmingly the sentiment in a lot of these town hall meeting was a feeling of distrust towards washington can't explain the public has lost control coming feeling the washington has not been active in best interest. .. a lot of these discussions have been about, you know, how the republicans will back the obama administration, making week, and ultimately overtaken. how they maintain that power once they g
of new england, ralph waldo emerson, who said "cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes you to and to give thanks continuously and because all things have cricketed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude." that perfectly encapsulates how i'm feeling on this day, madam president. thankful and blessed. and in that light, i first and foremost want to thank the people of maine for allowing me to be their voice, their vote, and their champion for 16 years in the u.s. house of representatives and for three terms in the united states senate. one of the definitions of the word "trust" is a charge or duty imposed in faith or confidence and to have had the trust of maine people who have placed their faith and confidence in me is an honor of inscribable mag any -- indisdescribable magnitude. serve my state over the past 34 years in the halls of congress has been the greatest privilege of my life. i also want to thank my amazing husband, jock mckernan, who is up there in the gallery, who, as you know, was a former congressman and former gover
also a moment to say to the speaker, or to acknowledge congresswoman emerson, for her service as well. and to thank you so very much for being a person who loves america. i think that should be our litmus test when we rise on this floor for those of us who love this country. i as the ranking member and having served as the chairwoman of this committee in previous terms know how important it is to provide safety in the transportation modes for the united states of america. this bill, no hassle flying act of 2012, and thank the sponsor, both in the house and senate, provides a msh sure of recognition and -- measure of recognition and acceptance of foreign countries who making efforts to have consistent security procedures and technology to have a easier travel process for passengers who are deplanning in the united states, going on to another domestic destination. so i want to acknowledge the senator from minnesota, which had this legislation passed in the senate and to our house sponsor as well. what the basis of this legislation is is by relieving the need to rescreen every piece of b
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